20 October 2011
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David Cameron says it is a day to remember Col Muammar Gaddafi's victims, after Libya said the country's former leader had been killed.
Dutch engineer Vincent Tabak apologises for putting Jo Yeates's parents through "a week of hell" after strangling their daughter.
Travellers and the remaining protesters stage a mass walkout of Dale Farm as bailiffs begin the eviction process on the illegal part of the site.
Members of the three largest UK parties are being told to vote against a motion calling for a referendum to be held on membership of the EU.
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